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    Why exit polls mean nothing: Loud mouthed...

    Why exit polls mean nothing:

    Loud mouthed liberals are going to more likely to scream who they voted for over quiet, conservative grandma's.

    Any statistician will tell you their results aren't...
  2. chsh - I think most people would call it a proof...

    chsh - I think most people would call it a proof of concept, and putting ideas out here never hurt anyone. So maybe it's not a tutorial.
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    You could use a batch file to just run the netcat...

    You could use a batch file to just run the netcat executable itself.

    or

    You can write a program in C++ that essentially opens a waiting connection on port # whatever, and delivers a prompt when...
  4. XP has built in VPN abilities. If you use the...

    XP has built in VPN abilities.

    If you use the "Create a new connection" button, you can create an Advanced Connection, and have it recieve incoming VPN requests. Alternately, have your friend...
  5. Google usually helps If you make a class that...

    Google usually helps

    If you make a class that accepts object's as a parameter for its methods it should be able to handle all primitive types (in wrapper form).

    Push (obj)
    Pop (obj)
    PeekTop...
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    You probably don't need to, but it'd be a good...

    You probably don't need to, but it'd be a good idea. Keeping around drivers for hardware that doesnt exist typically sounds like a bad idea.
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    I understand that if you run ettercap with ARP...

    I understand that if you run ettercap with ARP cache poisoning or packet forging, I believe that would be your man in the middle attack.

    Sniff away
  8. Digital Fortress is a good book (written by Dan...

    Digital Fortress is a good book (written by Dan Brown, author of the Da Vinci Code
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    You could try booting a live linux distro like...

    You could try booting a live linux distro like Knoppix STD and use ettercap to sniff all his network traffic until you find something juicy.
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    RAID performance

    I want wondering how much of a performance boost RAID 0 and RAID 0+1 setups give compared to regular setups, and if there is much performance loss with RAID 1.
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    Having just visited the corporate head quarters...

    Having just visited the corporate head quarters of an international telemarketing firm, the software they used impressed me.

    The one package was called Ship-It which allows the scheduling of...
  12. You could use nmap to scan an IP range...

    You could use nmap to scan an IP range...
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    If you havent changed the default configuration,...

    If you havent changed the default configuration, it might be at...192.168.1.1 that you can get an administration page for your router. The default login is admin/admin or just admin as the password....
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    I, too, was wondering about configuration of an...

    I, too, was wondering about configuration of an intranet DNS server.

    Anyone have a mess of good tutorials for setting up a Linux based DNS server for my LAN at home?
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    I dont use either Zone Alarm or MS Firewall since...

    I dont use either Zone Alarm or MS Firewall since my router's firewall is generally bullet proof. You should be able to run them side by side, and you can lock down Zone Alarm to only let out the...
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    For starting out with linux distros i recommend...

    For starting out with linux distros i recommend Knoppix STD if you want to play around with security programs, or just for general use, Mandrake Move. Both are Live CD's which is great for starting...
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    You could use a proxy, but you cannot really...

    You could use a proxy, but you cannot really change your IP or keep people from accessing it, through kazaa downloads especially. Zone alarm is a good start, and once you have that running you...
  18. Some would equate Google's advanced queries the...

    Some would equate Google's advanced queries the equivalent of posting flyers outside someone's house who leaves a key under their doormat, or whose window is open a crack.
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    Apparently there are many *nix boxes which aren't locked down, or configured properly that have their /etc/ directories available online. I was wondering what the folks around here think about the...
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    Whether or not you were serious: 1) Peer to...

    Whether or not you were serious:

    1) Peer to Peer would require consumers to also give back to the radio station in the form of "files" more like songs for a radio-only look at this...

    2)...
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    Lets face it: those numbers are from a time...

    Lets face it: those numbers are from a time before the other out croppings of P2P as well as before even more people joined in the fray of filesharing. Napster had a peak number of active users...
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    Actually, most people's are, because they are...

    Actually, most people's are, because they are sharing material that is IP of the recording industry. This is the law. I'll say it again - I don't agree with how they are combating it but copyright...
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    "Explain to me the difference between hearing a...

    "Explain to me the difference between hearing a song once, for free, on the radio, and hearing a song as many times as you want to, when you want to. Is the convenience what makes it illegal? Or is...
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    Although the seemingly endless litigation by the...

    Although the seemingly endless litigation by the RIAA isn't going to help the problem, I don't think the point of this site is to condone piracy. Delete this post before you get negative anti points
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    Unix will definately be around for atleast...

    Unix will definately be around for atleast another 5+ years.

    My dad works on hospital software consulting (used to work for a company that sold the apps) and all of their software is Unix based. ...
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